|The Portland Women's Movement Pt. 3 Fighting for Ideas and Dollars 5/22/13 - Joe Anybody|
Occupy History of Social Justice Organizing - [part 3 of 3]The Portland Women's Movement Part 3: Fighting for Ideas and Dollars Panelists: Nona Glazer, Professor Emerita, PSU Sociology Dept., helped bring Women's Studies to PSU and was a plaintiff in the Penk case. Marjorie Burns is Professor Emerita, PSU English Dept. She was a witness for Penk v. the Oregon State Board of Higher Education.Julia M...
Keywords: Joe Anybody; Social Justice Organizing; Occupy History; Portland; Womans Movement; PSU; Marjorie Burns; Nona Glazer; Julia M. Allen; JoAnn Reynolds
|Occupy History of Social Justice Organizing - The Grange Movement Overlooked - 11.14.12 - Joe Anybody|
the grange - filmed at psu campus - occupy history of social organizing The Grange Movement Overlooked. 11.14.12 Presentation by Theresa Thorud, Program Director of the Washington -Yamhil Pomona Grange. The Grange Movement Overlooked More info: www.occupyhistory.us Archived of past videos are located here: http://www.joeanybody.com/id35.html
Keywords: The Grange Movement Overlooked; Joe Anybody; PSU; Occupy History; Social Justice Organizing; The Grange; Theresa Thorud; indymedia
|The Portland Women's Movement, Part I: Origins, History of Social Justice Organizing 2013 - Joe Anybody,|
Filmed in Portland Oregon on 1 / 24 / 2013 Part 1 The Portland Women's Movement, Part I: Origins, History of Social Justice Organizing 2013 The Portland Women's Movement, Part I: Origins, History of Social Justice Organizing's first program for 2013. The panel will feature Maureen Gray Hudson, Kathleen Saadat and Susan Stoner. Sandy Polishuk will moderate. Maureen Gray Hudson is an artist, writer and web publisher...
Keywords: Joe Anybody; occupy history; The Portland Women's Movement; History of Social Justice Organizing. occupy history; 1.24.13; part 1; occupy
|Gay Press Social Justice History 1.23.14 - Joe Anybody|
[The Ogg video file seems to work - the MP4 version appears to not work}] -joe History of the Gay Press in Portland Positive coverage of LGBT issues and events was non-existent in Portland's mass media until 1970 when the alternative paper, Willamette Bridge, began printing some articles. The next year, Oregon's first specifically gay newspaper, The Fountain, was launched. Some Portland LGBT publications that followed included NW Gay Review, the Oregon Gay Rights Report, The Northwest Fountain, ...
Keywords: Joe Anybody,Gay Press, Just Out; Renee LaChance; Rupert Kinnard; LGBT; press; Just Out; National Gay Press Association; Portland; Oregon; Social Justice History; 1.23.14; Sandy Polishuk; gay newspaper; Gay Press; History; Social Justice Organizing; Journalist; Civil Rights; anti-gay political measures; indpendent media